Monday, September 21, 2015

Wi-fi Printing Now Available At All Seattle Public Libraries

The Seattle Public Library recently released this information about new Wi-Fi printing available at all library locations:               

The Seattle Public Library has expanded its printing services to make it easier to print documents at Wi-Fi printing available at all Library locations, including the Northeast Branch Library (6801 35th Avenue NE).

Printing must be done from inside the library and works with personal devices such as laptops, tablets or smartphones. You must be connected to the library’s Wi-Fi “spl-public. ” Jobs can be sent to a Library location from home.

To print a document from a personal device, log in
here while at a Library location and connected to the Library's public Wi-Fi. Print jobs will be available at that location's print release station.Wi-Fi printing for jobs sent from personal devices cost the same as printing from one of the Library's public workstations: single-sided, 8.5" x 11" print jobs are $.15 per page for black and white printing and $.50 per page for color printing.  
Patrons may pay for print jobs with cash, credit card or a PayPal account for online payment at The following file types can be uploaded for printing: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, TXT, XPS and common image file formats (JPG, GIF, PNG, TIFF and BMP). Webpages can be printed as long as they are not password-protected (e.g., no emails, boarding passes, bank statements, etc.). Password-protected pages may be printed if converted to a PDF and saved to the personal device before printing.

For more information, call the Library 206-386-4636 or Ask a Librarian.

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